Outreach Steering Committee Spotlight


As we move through 2017, the Outreach Steering Committee is setting its sights on the upcoming annual conference. In anticipation of this wonderful networking event, the various committees I oversee as the Chair of Outreach are hard at work with implementing some new changes and increasing visibility of current initiatives.   Here is a snapshot of some of that work:  

Meet our 2017 Exhibitors and Sponsors!


Thank you to our 2017 Annual Conference Exhibitors & Sponsors! Visit the Conference Website to meet our growing list of supporters!  For more information about becoming an exhibitor/sponsor at the 2017 AASECT Annual Conference and adding your logo to our website please click here or email conference@aasect.org.

AASECT in the News!


AASECT in the News! Catch up on the latest news articles featuring AASECT by visiting the following link - https://www.aasect.org/aasect-news.   Photo editorial credit: mama_mia / Shutterstock.com 

Revised Position on Reparative Therapy


AASECT recently revised our position statement on reparative therapy which has been updated to include transgender and gender non-conforming identities and not only sexual orientation.    Position on Reparative Therapy Revised 2.9.17

AASECT Annual Conference Scholarship Information!


AASECT is excited to announce that five (5) scholarships are available this year to help offset the cost of attending the 2017 Annual Conference: The Bill T. Jones Scholarship The John Sughrue, Jr., MD, Scholarship Three (3) AASECT Creating Community Scholarships The deadline for applications for the John Sughrue, Jr., MD Scholarship is March 15, 2017.

Incest & Sexuality: A Guide to Understanding & Healing


Wendy Maltz's groundbreaking recovery classic, Incest & Sexuality: A Guide to Understanding & Healing (Lexington Books, 1987), is now available for FREE download through the International Psychotherapy Institute's free psychotherapy books program. Coauthored with Beverly Holman, it was the first book to devote itself entirely to the sexual repercussions of sexual abuse.

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